Friday, January 12, 2001


Playground, park to bear names of chief, volunteer

Two future Peachtree City projects will bear the names of a long-time fireman and a tireless recreation volunteer when the parks finally come to fruition.

Senior apartment complex approved

The future of Peachtree City's last remaining multifamily zoned property is pretty much set in stone.

Jet business could mean big profit for Falcon Field

The Peachtree City Airport Authority wants to bank heavily on bringing jet plane business to Falcon Field.

NCR takes safety lead with first defibrillator

NCR, one of Peachtree City's most safety-conscious industries, has just made things a little safer.

Not for TV: PTC Council decides not to broadcast meetings for residents

If you want to "tune in" to Peachtree City's council meetings, you're going to have to leave your remote control at home.

West Village hookup: cart path bridge over railroad gets money from state

The Georgia Department of Transportation has decided to chip in $200,000 toward the construction of the cart path bridge to span the CSX railroad tracks and connect the West Village area to the rest of Peachtree City.

Lenox to public: Wal-Mart decision was difficult

The 3-2 decision to approve a concept plan for the Wal-Mart Superstore back in November was "one of the most difficult decisions ever faced by a Peachtree City Council," according to Mayor Bob Lenox.

Police Blotter


Sales tax vote is March

Circle March 20 on your calendar.

Water treatment study in the works

Southern Coweta County could soon be the site of a major wastewater treatment plant.

Next year's school calendar approved

Coweta County students will hit the books Aug. 9 to start the 2001-02 school year.

Coweta: It was a very good year

Last year was very good for Coweta County.

Annexation efforts move forward

The future of South Fulton residents who want to call Coweta County home is now in the fate of the Coweta County Commission. Representatives.


Lady Cougar soccer team win academic award

The 2000 Newnan Lady Cougars soccer team earned an extra award after a successful season. The team qualified for the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Academic (NSCAA) Award.

Important region games for teams this weekend

Though Sunday will be filled with the NFL conference championships, there will be plenty of high school sports action on Friday and Saturday to whet the appetitie of any sports fan.

Reinhardt Eagles soar with four former McIntosh players

Four members of last year's McIntosh Chiefs boys soccer team played for the Reinhardt Eagles team this fall. Though only freshmen, their impact was great.

Chiefs defeat Tigers, 58-31

Tuesday was the second meeting this season of the cross county rivals, and once again the McIntosh Chiefs boys made it look easy as they defeated the Fayette County Tigers, 58-31. The Tigers got off to an early lead, but trailed after a low scoring first quarter, 11-9. On their home court, the Chiefs of Peachtree City lead going into the half by a dozen, 23-11.

Braided fishing lines will catch more fish

For years we have all fished with monofilament fishing line, but we are now in the age of the revolutionary new braided fishing lines.


What is this dot com bowl madness, anyway? It's supposed to be football

Finally, the college football post-season bowl conglomeration has come to an end.

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